Sunday, October 23, 2016
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The Moshville Times

Album News: Dehumanized, Epica, Sparrows, Obituary

A wee bit later in the day than normal, but here’s a roundup of some of the latest album news :)


Layout 1New York death metal bruisers Dehumanized are set to return with their third full length album, Beyond the Mind. Following their esteemed 2012 release Controlled Elite, they spent the past four years composing a monumental force of violence that will surpass all expectations. With this new release, Dehumanized combines thought provoking lyrics with their deeply rooted and signature NY blast and slam style. Everything is skilfully coalesced to forge this masterpiece of devastation that is executed with dynamic precision and relentless brutality. You can check out a teaser for the album below:


Epica - The Holographic PrincipleDutch symphonic metal stars Epica are ready to release the third studio trailer for their upcoming masterpiece The Holographic Principle. This new clip reveals a glimpse into the drum and vocal recordings and a detailed look behind the scenes. You can view the trailer below:


Sparrows - Let the Silence Stay Where it WasToronto-based, spaced-out, post-punk/hardcore outfit Sparrows, will release their sophomore full-length, Let the Silence Stay Where it Was, via New Damage Records on October 14. On the new LP, the band re-teams with longtime collaborator, engineer/producer Kenny Bridges, front man of seminal Canadian melodic punk outfit Moneen. The LP is preceded by the release of a 2-track single which came out earlier this month and includes the song “Cave Eater,” and a cover of Failure’s “Sergeant Politeness.” You can check out the video for “Cave Eater” below:


Obituary - Ten Thousand Ways To DieDeath metal legends Obituary have announced Ten Thousand Ways To Die, a special two-song single containing a pair of brand new studio tracks plus a bonus live set of twelve classics and fan favorites from the band’s storied catalog. Recorded in eleven different cities during the band’s highly successful 2015 Inked In Blood world tour, the live tracks capture the incredible performances of a band that has stood atop the death metal pantheon for almost 30 years. Ten Thousand Ways To Die is sure to satisfy new and die-hard Obituary fans and will quench the bloodthirst of listeners until the band’s new album drops in Spring 2017. You can check out the new single “Loathe” below:

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James is a bassist and sound engineer who listens to a wide variety of metal music but mainly heavier sub-genres such as death metal.

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